Carbon Fibre Flat bottom Steering Wheel R-Series/F-Series

Mini Works
£270.00

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Carbon Fibre re trimmed steering wheel for all Second & Third generation MINIs

R60 Countryman & R61 Paceman wheels are the 2nd generation type wheel.

Flat bottom or round, just ask.

You will receive a bare steering wheel with no airbag or steering controls, you will have to swap over your existing ones to the new wheel.

Wheels with paddle shifters are also available.

Finish options:

-Coloured Band

-Leather (Perforated)

-Alcantera

-Suede

-Coloured stiching

Please allow 2-3 weeks for your new wheel to be made and shipped out.

Fitting available in our workshops for £60+vat

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